BLADE GUARD AND ANTI-KICKBACK
To avoid injury from an
accidental start, make sure the switch
is in the OFF position and the plug is
disconnected from the power source
• When installing the blade guard,
cover the blade teeth with a piece of
folded cardboard to protect yourself
from possible injury.
• Never operate this machine without
the blade guard in place for all
through sawing operations.
Installing the blade guard and
anti-kickback pawls assembly
(Figure T, U, V, W)
Before attaching the
blade guard and anti-kickback pawls,
the riving knife must be in its highest
position (for through sawing).
• Make sure the blade is elevated to its
maximum height and the bevel is set
at 0°. Make sure the blade lock knob
• Raise the riving knife (1) to its highest
position (through cut position). Take the
anti-kickback pawls assembly and lift up
the locking lever (2) located on top.
• Place the front of assembly into
slot (3) and push down, making sure
the assembly is engaged in the slot.
Push down on the locking lever (2) to
lock. (Figure T, U)
NOTE: Make sure the anti-kickback
pawls assembly is locked in position
before operating the saw.
• Take the blade guard (4) and press
• Position blade guard over the riving
• Lower the guard assembly (4) onto
• Make sure that the assembly is locked
serious injury, use blade guard, anti-
kickback pawls and riving knife for
every operation including all through
down on the red spring button (5)
located on the top of assembly.
knife (1) and align the slot (6) to the
riving knife (1) as shown in Figure V.
riving knife (1). Release the red spring
button (5) so that two latches (7) can
engage into two locking hooks (8)
completely. (Figure V)
in place both in front and back.
To reduce the risk of